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Old 03-12-2009, 09:17 PM   #1
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Looking for a completed coolant reroute that will work on my NB car. Must be complete with everything that I will need. I don't want an unfinished setup or a half assed Hyper reroute.
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Check with Marc over at M-Tuned. He claims that their kit will be released very soon.

BTW: I was looking at your build, really awesome car!!!!!!

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Check with Marc over at M-Tuned. He claims that their kit will be released very soon.

BTW: I was looking at your build, really awesome car!!!!!!
I keep bugging Marc about it, probably more than I should. At this point I just want one without having to go through the hassle of making it myself.

Thanks for the compliments about the build. It will be back together before the end of the month so I can start on a new project.

Where in Michigan are you from?
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We are just putting the final touches on the kit. We have already tested fitment on the 94-97 Engine. Just want to test the NB EGR clearance before I start marketing it.

90-93 fits no problems as the EGR is not an issue!
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I keep bugging Marc about it, probably more than I should. At this point I just want one without having to go through the hassle of making it myself.

Thanks for the compliments about the build. It will be back together before the end of the month so I can start on a new project.

Where in Michigan are you from?
Southwestern part of the state, just across the lake from Chicago.
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Old 03-13-2009, 01:25 PM   #6
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Southwestern part of the state, just across the lake from Chicago.
Cool, I spent the first 20 years of my life in Grand Rapids. I truly miss that area, especially spending the summers out on the big lake.
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Re-Route anyone?



200 rear housings heading over for Clear anodizing.

Here are a few close-ups...






Coming very soon via M-Tuned and a well known Miata.net & MiataTurbo.net supporter.
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Surprisingly complex piece. I bet the CNC work on that was by no means cheap. Looks great though.
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Damn! Might change my mind about a re-route now.....
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Surprisingly complex piece. I bet the CNC work on that was by no means cheap. Looks great though.
Ding Ding! That is why it took so long. It was a tough part to make.
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you think that will work with my MSM? its basically a 99 motor.
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you think that will work with my MSM? its basically a 99 motor.
I'm hoping to install one on my 2000 SE next weekend. MSM is basically a 99-00 setup for our purposes.
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cool i wanna know how it goes
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Here is a picture with the fitting for the heater core installed.

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So when can I purchase this?
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Pricing and Pics now posted at

https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t23708-5/
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Here are a bunch more Actual Finished Anodized pictures of the kit.







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I probably missed it. How much will these be going for?
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I probably missed it. How much will these be going for?
All the details can be found here.

If a mod can lock this thread it would be great, the choice is very clear.
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